In an effort to make the software that I write for $dayjob a bit more pleasing on the eye URL-wise, I started converting my code to use what is commonly called SEF (Search Engine Friendly) URLs. Not that a search
As a sort-of long time Postfix user/administrator, I was quite eager to get my hands on The Book of Postfix. It’s written by two of the more active and knowledgeable admins on the Postfix users mailing list, and should thus
I remember the view of the ocean from the back of the garden. I remember the smell of the ocean, fresh from Africa. I remember sitting on Mother Frog rock, trying to catch fish. I think I caught a wrasse.
As a current resident of the UK, I miss one key thing about phone calls in the US and Barbados – they’re free when local. All calls in the UK, be they local or international, cost money. Enter VoIP in
One of the things we’ve not managed to do yet is document our process for UberCon. So, last week I kicked off the documentation project for the LAN department of the con. My end-goal is a handbook, complete with network
I watch maybe 2 movies a year at the cinema – the rest I watch on the 4 available TV channels, or perhaps rent the DVD. I’ve found the first movie to watch this year – Hitch Hiker’s Guide To